Morgenster Estate

The Morgenster Estate manor house

The beautiful Morgenster Estate, in Somerset West, is more than 300 years old. The estate produces award-winning wines and is known for two distinct Bordeaux blends. A thriving olive grove delivers world-class olive oils.

Both the wine and the olive oil can be enjoyed at Sofia's, a restaurant on the estate. Sofia's changes its menu weekly. 

The Morgenster manor house is regarded as one of the great houses of the Western Cape. 

 

  • Phone: 021 852 1738
  • Website: www.morgenster.co.za
  • Physical Address: Vergelegen Avenue, off Lourensford Road, Somerset West

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